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mitchmoud

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  1. NEWS Gunmen rob bus to Istanbul:Kathimerini news Athens "A bus carrying businessmen and other passengers from Thessaloniki to Istanbul was held up yesterday for more than two hours by armed gunmen who stole some 30,000 euros in cash as well as a number of valuable personal items. Police said that there were 29 passengers and two drivers on board the private bus, which left Thessaloniki yesterday morning and was due to stop in Xanthi and Komotini before crossing the border with Turkey. Passengers said one of the robbers was on board from the start and another got on at Xanthi. A little later, both men put on balaclavas and pulled out guns. They forced the driver to take the bus to a remote spot on the country road between Diomideia and Feloni, where another three gunmen were waiting. The five suspects forced the passengers and drivers to hand over all their cash, jewelry and anything else of value. They only left when they spotted a police patrol car that was passing by chance."
  2. One too many zeros? I am beginning to count my blessings after some of thse posts about neighbors. What I can't grasp is that they cannot see their property is also devalued. Is this mostly a rental problem?
  3. In short form: A really bad idea. It is hard to avoid the Turkish language in Turkey, and why do you care to?
  4. Which lawyer? I ask this as it seems there are two involved. Try going through the Irish lawyer. I assume he is being paid.
  5. Being from a hurricane prone area, I am used to long power cuts. Steve has it right, and all I can add is cover everything but the compressor{it may restart} with blankets. I have made a full freezer last frozen for 4 days {don't open it} with this method. If you still have partially frozen food with ice crystals, it will be good.
  6. Don't know where you are, but in the US the police will inspect and issues you a sticker that it is safe. Basically, they need to see your hands for obvious reasons!
  7. It is simply a bad risk to build[or have built] a home on land you do not own no matter what country you are in.
  8. Hello and welcome . It appears a written will has precedence. It seems that is the case, so I would wait for the court judgment. I am not a lawyer, but I would stand firm as the law appears to be with him.
  9. She can bank anywhere she cares to as long as she pays taxes according to the rules of her country. As I initially said, without buying power {money} you will not get top interest anywhere in the world. I agree with Steve: Consult the bank.
  10. Found this on the web "In terms of riskiness, done by measuring each bank's cost of default insurance, it measures up quite well. Credit Default Swaps essentially measure the cost of insuring debt. The cost of Lloyds TSB's CDSs are 1.33% (
  11. If you have a home phone in the US and a computer with you use skype and it will be the best you can do. Over the years I have tried about what there is in the way of phones, and that gives me the best rates to the US, Greece, Korea, Georgia, and Italy. have not tried other countries, but you get the idea. Unless you need a phone in your ear 24/7. Funny that talking to yourself in public used to be mental illness, now it is a status symbol.
  12. mitchmoud

    Tapu

    Sorry to hear of your problem, but there is no case against the "launderer", unless you can prove he intended to defraud your father. That would take testimony from the builder, which I doubt you can get. If your papers are in order [sales contract] your case is against the builder.
  13. Welcome. First off, I am not a lawyer, but have seen these things in the past. It will be difficult or impossible to force the brother to pay rent for something he has part ownership in. As for your other questions, it appears to be more of a family problem than a legal problem. A family agreement should be reached, or one family member buy out the others. Why not divide the building?
  14. "Also here in turkey with the e mails you send me I will bring you to the Turkish court too." If there was no contact, what are these emails? I have followed this with interest, and if you asked the man to arrange tickets, you should pay him, IF the tickets were purchased before you cancelled. And better yet, why not arrange your own tickets? Not trying to be ornery, I just fail to understand the sequence of events as related.
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